264 wood shaded trellis Garage and Shed Design Photos

Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
15 Reviews
Shed Garden
but you can also paint the traditional wood ones (and change the color to match your gardening mood every year). Tip: If you're growing berries near a walkway or door, look for thornless berries.
When vines or other climbing plants are placed near a trellis, their spiraling tendrils automatically
This trellis is simply lovely!
Plat boxes w trellis
Trellis for clematis?
trellis plant, Scarlet Runner Bean
Trellis ideas with opted plants
Trellis for garden shed
Colorful trellis for clematis
green trellis...whimsical trellis...Painted trellis...trellis and star...Trellis for shed
“trellis plant, Scarlet Runner Bean” — lawlordc1
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
The homeowner selected this shade of white. Thanks for asking ! Dan
garage for shade, freestanding or no? virginia creeper?
Garage doors and trellis
trellis around garage doors
Trellis and planters
Natural trellis against white.
Trellis over garage door
(and the trellis on 9th!!)
Open wooden trellis above garage
Extended shade...trellis over garage...trellis in front...Wood accent over...To shade windows...weathered wood
“Natural wood over white background. Similar to garage” — vengo618
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
15 Reviews
Shed Garden
Can you tell me what the plant is that is growing up the trellis?
elements. It's also a great color for a front door or window trim. To keep the look somewhat subtle, pair it with neutral hues, such as the steely blue and wood tones here. Use the more vibrant colors on items you want to really stand out, and use the darker, more neutral hues for anything you prefer to blend
“Climbing vine squares” — jessicamerrick24
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Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Woodside Guest House
painted wood cupola
stained wood columns
painted wood doors...shades garage...Garage trellis...Timber shade....Garage door trellis...Trellis posts
“simplistic yet timeless, larger windows” — Daniela Levesque ID
Todd Soli Architects
2 Reviews
Lake Washington Residence
Photos by Northlight Photography. Lake Washington remodel featuring native Pacific Northwest Materials and aesthetics. Trellis over wood garage doors provides architectural interest, filtered light, and announces the garage entrance.
doors, trellis & house numbers.
back of house - trellis
thickness of wood in pergola
Wood Pergola...More wood doors...Garage trellis...Trellis over doors...Garage trellis wood...Natural wood!...doors, trellis...Window trellis
“Doors” — julieredwards
Avant Garden
4 Reviews
Kentfield Artist's Garden
garden shed with rich wood exterior
Branch lattice/trellis for side of garage
Rustic, stained wood shed for backyard storage.
Should I add a lattice trellis on some other part of the front of the house?
Dark wood; side trellises
Small trellis support for fence?
Wood finish...trellis the shed...Wood stain color...twig trellis...Trellis and trim...nice wood...dark stained wood
“Love this outdoor barn” — Ryan Raphael
Connelly Construction, LLC
6 Reviews
Richards Drive 1
Wonderful vine/trellis
wood fence...Jasmine on trellis...wall trellis...Tree on trellis...Eye bolt trellis
“Plants” — ecmaxwell
Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
Garden Shed
what type of trellis system is used?
Photo Grow vines on a trellis or support. The best way to avoid damage to your house is by training vines to grow on a trellis placed at least 6 inches away from the side of your home — most are placed too close, which allows the vines to adhere to the exterior wall and the trellis. Any type of vine that
also be able to climb a sturdy trellis without a problem. Trellises can even be built with a hinge at the bottom, allowing the entire structure to be tipped forward when you need to access the exterior, such as for repainting.
Vine on trellis 6" away from shed. Choose the
series of trellis over club room not attached to building, see clematis or something on invasive
“atelier” — katiapertsew
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